Paradise Uncovered

Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson’s ode to NZ, Slipping Into Paradise, reviewed in Japan’s Daily Yomiuri. “Part memoir, part philosophical reflection, part travel book, Slipping into Paradise details why Masson picked NZ from the many countries he had visited as the place he wanted to live. A comfortably paced, personal telling of how he stumbled across his slice of paradise and the reasons why he almost instantly fell in love with the place, his narrative offers mostly warm-fuzzy glimpses into the benefits and positive aspects of life in NZ.”


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Chatham Islands Hot Ticket for Travel-Starved

Chatham Islands Hot Ticket for Travel-Starved

“The coronavirus pandemic has decimated the travel industry,” Lilit Marcus writes for CNN, “But there’s one place on the planet where there are too many tourists right now: the Chatham Islands.” “As…